Tell It To My Heart

Collected by Julie Ault

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Tell It To My Heart
Collected by Julie Ault

Text(s) by Julie Ault, Marvin J. Taylor, Miguel Wandschneider, Scott Cameron Weaver, graphic design by Project Projects, New York, ed. Julie Ault, Martin Beck, Nikola Dietrich, Jason Simon, Scott Cameron Weaver, Danh Vo, Hein Peter Knes, Rasmus Rohling, Amy Zion


2013. 160 pp., 94 ills.


19.00 x 28.60 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3570-4

First presentation of the Julie Ault Collection

The collective process as both the path and the goal of art

With an index of works and personal notes

Julie Ault (*1957) cofounded the New York artists’ collaborative Group Material, which between 1979 and 1996, explored the relationship between art, activism, and politics through socially themed exhibitions and publicly-sited projects. Working both independently and collaboratively, Ault is an artist, curator, writer, and editor, wh0’s work emphasizes and celebrates the complex interrelationships between cultural production and politics. The collection of art Ault has assembled over the last 30 years is characterized by her visionary practice. This publication introduces the collection and, as the first of two volumes, includes a complete index of works along with detailed commentary from the diverse voices of the editors. In his essay, Marvin J. Taylor, engages his own experiences, impulses and thoughts on the notion of archiving and collecting. Photographs from Heinz Peter Knes show the works of art in Ault’s homes in New York and California.

Exhibition schedule: Kunstmuseum Basel, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, February 2– May 12, 2013 | Culturgest in Lisbon, June 21–September 8, 2013

Artists presented (selection): Félix González-Torres, Jim Hodges, Sister Corita, Roni Horn, Tim Rollin & K.O.S., Andres Serrano, Nancy Spero, Wolfgang Tillmans

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